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Datebook: Art Basil, an iconic SoCal minimalist and early 20th century prints depicting Indian life

L.A.'s backyard alternative to Miami's Art Basel. Art that weaves together drawing and the election. And a look at historic images of American Indians. Plus: Surrealist fistfights, an important '60s art gallery, and SoCal's most important postwar artist. Here are nine exhibitions and events to...

BOOM: Mike Rowe Nails the Problem With Colleges, SJWs That Reject the American Flag

Social justice idiocy and hypocrisy may have hit its pinnacle with Hampshire College, a liberal arts college in Massachusetts. From CNN:   On Monday, Lash announced in a Facebook statement that the college had decided on November 18 that no flags, US or otherwise, would fly over campus for the time being. Show More Summary

Two Feminists Are Turning The Degrading Things Politicians Say About Women Into Art

By now, most Americans recognize the quote above as belonging to president-elect Donald Trump. His 2005 rant bragging about sexually assaulting women, captured on the set of Access Hollywood, quickly became one of the most notoriousShow More Summary

A tour through dark chapters of American history hits close to home at site of internment camp

Today in Entertainment: Netflix offers downloads of some shows and movies, former NBC boss Grant Tinker dies Nov. 30, 2016, 10:34 a.m. Here's what's new and interesting in the world of entertainment and the arts today: Netflix offering downloads of some shows to watch offlineGrant Tinker, who brought...

Miami Galleries and Collections Confront Controversial Issues in a Post-Election Art Week

In a year dominated by distrust, outrage, and a widening gap between American people of differing ideologies, the art on view during Miami Art Week is more important now than ever. At galleries across Miami, artists are expressing their truths, inspiring discussions, and offering new perspectives — whether their work...

Princeton University Art Museum announces online access to vast Minor White photographic archive

3 days agoArts : Artdaily

More than 5,000 images and related photographic material by the seminal American modernist Minor White are now available on the Princeton University Art Museum website. The two-year digitization and cataloging project, which began in...Show More Summary

Austin Opera Director of Marketing & Communications

Austin Opera presents an art form as adventurous and spirited as Austin itself. With a repertoire of new American works and opera’s most beloved stories, its critically acclaimed productions achieve the highest artistic standards. The Company is currently seeking..

Cyber Monday Sale Starts Now – Save 15% On All Purchases

We are pleased to announce our Cyber Monday Sale.  Save 15% on all purchases now through Monday.  We have recently added over 250 pieces of quality American art pottery to JustArtPottery.com and placed over 100 items on sale.  Shop now for us best selection.  

Robert Morris

6 days agoArts : Artdaily

Robert Morris is regarded as one of the most influential figures in American postwar and contemporary art. He has been heralded a pioneer of the minimalist and Anti-form movements and is also considered to be one of the most prominent...Show More Summary

Native American Spiral Baskets Inspire an Architectural Art Installation

In the new show, ‘Meeting the Clouds Halfway,’ Tohono O’odham basket weaver Terrol Dew Johnson and architects Aranda\Lasch create experimental baskets, furniture, and structures.

Dances of the Diaspora: Tap Dance, an Original American Art Rooted in Slavery

For Chloé and Maud Arnold, tap dance is life for these sisters and entrepreneurs, who have been tap dancing since childhood. Under the mentorship of Debbie Allen, this duo has made a lucrative career out of the art form–founding the D.C. Tap Festival, producing films and beyond. Still, whenever Chloé and Maud have the opportunity, the Washington, […]

Liberal Arts College Removes American Flag From Campus

A liberal arts university in Massachusetts has decided to stop flying the American flag after a group of students took the campus’s flag down on the eve of Veterans Day and lit it on fire. The decision has sparked a … More » The post Liberal Arts College Removes American Flag From Campus appeared first on EveryJoe.

Museum Berggruen opens exhibition of works by American painter George Condo

6 days agoArts : Artdaily

Museum Berggruen opened an exhibition of works by American painter George Condo (b. 1957, Concord, New Hampshire). This first ever large-scale exhibition of contemporary art at Museum Berggruen since its opening combines works by George...Show More Summary

Special Snowflake College Will No Longer Fly American Flag

A university enabled hissy fit (The Hill) Hampshire College, a liberal arts school with about students 1,400 in Massachusetts, will no longer fly the U.S. flag on its campus. “We

Massachusetts College Won’t Fly American Flag on Campus

last weekNews : Mediaite

A liberal arts college in Massachusetts announced earlier this week that they've decided to not fly the American flag, or any other flag, on its campus "for the time being."

Sotheby's Latin American Art Evening Sale totals $16.8 million

last weekArts : Artdaily

Last night at Sotheby?s New York, the evening sale of Latin American Art brought a total of $16,841,500, within the $14.5/19.9 million estimate, with 69% of lots sold. Online participation was particularly strong, with 23% of lots selling to internet bidders. Show More Summary

Dramatic Sioux war shirt fringed with human hair locks may bring $45,000 at Heritage Auctions

last weekArts : Artdaily

A circa 1890 Plains style Sioux Pictorial Beaded Hide War Shirt, fringed with long locks of dark hair, could sell for as much as $45,000 as part of an extraordinary array of American Indian art in Heritage Auctions' American Indian, Pre-Columbian and Tribal Art Auction in Dallas Dec. Show More Summary

Latin American art sells for nearly $23 mn at Christie's auction

last weekArts : Artdaily

Christie's on Wednesday wrapped up one of its biggest auctions of Latin American art at $22.7 million, with seven Cuban painters drawing record prices as interest in the region's artists climbs. In a two-day sale, Christie's auctioned nearly 300 lots of five major private collections. Show More Summary

Paul Manship Diana sculpture realizes $727,500 at Bonhams New York

last weekArts : Artdaily

Paul Manship?s Art Deco sculpture, Diana, of Diana the huntress smashed estimates at the Bonhams American Art sale in New York 22 November, 2016, selling for $727,500 against a pre-sale estimate of $400,000-600,000. The sale saw strong results across the board, achieving over $3,000,000 in total. Show More Summary

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